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A size comparison

12 Mar

Just how big is the Nighthawk class fighter from Rocket Fox?  I found a handy chart to help and added said fighter class into the mix.  This comparison chart contains everything from the U.S.S. Enterprise E from Star Trek to the Drakh Hordes fighters of Babylon 5 to the Firefly class transport ship called Serenity and the International Space Station.

When compared, the RVA Nighthawk (Registry NH-001) is about the size of a Jem’Hadar fighter craft which is 95 meters in length.  The Nighthawk clocks in at 85 meters in length.  I might add other ships, like the Lionid’s Pride or the Barrow’s Revenge in time.  For now, here’s the chart.

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Posted by on March 12, 2012 in randomness, The Barrow's Revenge

 

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3 responses to “A size comparison

  1. spacecrip

    March 12, 2012 at 2:01 pm

    That’s awesome! Great find. Somehow, I always imagined the NCC-1701 as bigger than that.

     
  2. Tim

    March 12, 2012 at 2:16 pm

    I always thought so too. Then I started playing Star Trek Online and boy do you get a better idea. The Defiant class is tiny in comparison. The Intrepid, while bigger by far than the Defiant, is still dwarfed by the Sovereign class. There’s also a new ship in the game that dwarfs all others. I don’t know the exact length off hand, but it has a crew compliment of 4,000 (basically a pretty big town) and has to be twice the size of the Sovereign class. The ship is called the Odyssey class starship.

    Odyssey class starship - dubbed the NCC 1701-F USS Enterprise F, launched in 2409.

    Odyssey class starship – dubbed the NCC 1701-F USS Enterprise F, launched in 2409.

     

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